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   Jerry Pubantz
   (336) 256-2579, j_pubant@uncg.edu
Jerry Pubantz Jerry Pubantz is the Dean of the Lloyd International Honors College. His writings include works on the United Nations, U.S.-Russian Relations, the Middle East, and American Foreign Policy. He is the co-editor of the Encyclopedia of the United Nations, recently released in an expanded second edition, and the co-author of The New United Nations: International Organization in the 21st Century and of To Create a New World? American Presidents and the United Nations, honored with CHOICE Magazine's Outstanding Academic Title Award for 2000 by the American Library Association. Dr. Pubantz is a member of the Middle East Policy Council's National Advisory Board, a former President of the North Carolina Political Science Association, the co-founder of the Southern Association of Pre-law Advisers, and the former Chairman of the National Collegiate Conference Association, corporate sponsor of the National Model United Nations in New York City. He has lectured at universities and colleges across the nation and internationally. As Dean, he works with UNCG's faculty and administration to set the general mission of the Honors College and to develop courses and international opportunities for its students.

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   Dr. Sarah A. Krive
   (336) 334-4493, sakrive@uncg.edu
Sarah A. Krive Dr. Sarah A. Krive is Assistant Dean in Lloyd International Honors College and Affiliated Faculty in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. She received her BA cum laude from Carleton College before earning her PhD in Slavic Languages and Literatures from the University of Chicago. Her research focuses on the intersection of language and emotion in Russian literature and culture. A recipient of a Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities, she edited and contributed to Space, Time, Place: A Festschrift for Anna Lisa Crone. Bloomington, IN: Slavica, 2007. Her book manuscript, tentatively titled Poetry and the Politics of Sorrow: Appropriating Anna Akhmatova, is under consideration at a major academic press. She has also published articles on the work of Anna Akhmatova and Liudmila Petrushevskaia. She has lived for extended periods in Russia, Nepal, and Singapore, and most recently traveled to the Baltic Sea region. As Assistant Dean of Honors, she works with the Dean to manage day-to-day operations of the Honors College, oversees recruitment into LIHC, coordinates the Honors first-year experience, including Honors Colloquium, and teaches Honors courses, including Language and Culture: An Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology, St. Petersburg: Russia's Window on the West; Russian Folklore; Russian Literary Film Adaptation; and Tolstoy and Dostoevsky. She has served as UNCG's adviser for major post-graduate fellowships and scholarships, and has sat on vetting committees for major scholarships and fellowships for faculty and students. She enjoys talking informally with students about making competitive application for such awards as well as applying to graduate school in the humanities.

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   John W. Woell
   (336) 334-4734, jwwoell@uncg.edu
John W. Woell John W. Woell is Assistant Dean of the Lloyd International Honors College, where he teaches interdisciplinary courses, works with Honors Liaisons and students to promote disciplinary honors and undergraduate research, and coordinates Honors College events. He came to UNCG after serving as faculty, department chair, and director of the honors program at Greensboro College. His book, Peirce, James, and a Pragmatic Philosophy of Religion, is due out in April 2012 and explores the relationships among contemporary realisms, antirealisms, and early American pragmatism on the nature of inquiry and belief. Other research interests include religion in American public life, theories of truth, the relationship between belief and action, and meaning in religious language. In the Honors College, he teaches interdisciplinary courses that integrate resources and readings from philosophy, literature, religious studies, history, and art around a particular topic—such as truth, torture, politics, or knowledge. The Claremont Graduate University granted his Ph.D. in Religion with a specialization in philosophy of religion, and he holds masters degrees in philosophy and religion from the Claremont Graduate University and Vanderbilt University respectively. His undergraduate work in Christ College, the honors college of Valparaiso University, instilled in him an academic wanderlust from which he has yet to recover.
   Shelley Ewing
   (336) 334-4490, swewing@uncg.edu
Shelley Ewing Shelley Ewing is an Honors Academic Adviser in the Lloyd International Honors College. She received her BA in Psychology with a minor in sociology from Meredith College before earning her MA in Liberal Studies from UNCG. During her time as a student at Meredith College, Shelley was active in the psychology club, sociology club and studied abroad in Italy and Switzerland to study art, religion, culture and identity. After graduation, Shelley worked as an Admissions Counselor in Undergraduate Admissions at Meredith College, as the Assistant Registrar for the Evening Degree Program at High Point University and as an Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions at UNC Greensboro. Her master's work in liberal studies allowed her to explore a multidisciplinary approach to higher learning with courses in Humanities, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and the Arts. Shelley is an active volunteer for Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro and enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs. If you have questions about completing an Honors program, please email or call Shelley to set up an appointment.
   Chris Kirkman
   (336) 334-9772, cjkirkma@uncg.edu
Chris Kirkman Chris Kirkman is an Honors Academic Adviser in the Lloyd International Honors College. He received his BA in English and History and MEd in English Education from UNCG. As a student, Chris worked on the university literacy magazine, Corradi, and participated in Club Soccer. After graduation, Chris worked as Special Projects Manager at Education Research Information Center/Counseling and Student Services office (ERIC/CASS) developing the International Career Development Library, a repository for information on career development, technology and work skills for the future. He also worked as editor for various educational publications. For four years as a high school English teacher, Chris taught Advanced Placement (AP) English Language & Composition, coached junior varsity soccer, and managed the Key Club. His master's research work focused on issues of emerging writers and the use of imitation in developing writing skills. Currently, he is interested in student learning, the role of international experience in education, and issues of literacy and identity.

 

   Melvalyn Pate
   (336) 334-9730, melvalyn_pate@uncg.edu
Melvalyn Allred Melvalyn Pate is the Budget and Operations Manager for Lloyd International Honors College. Ms. Pate has dedicated over 17 years to the field of higher education. She has previously served as an Administrative Assistant at UNC in the Dean of Students Office and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. She has also been employed as Accounting Manager for the Alamance-Burlington School System. Melvalyn has been with the Lloyd International Honors College since 2003 and is an invaluable member of the staff. She currently orchestrates many of the technical aspects that are central to the operations of the Honors College.

 

 

 

   Margaret Patton
   (336) 334-5538, mapatton@uncg.edu
Margaret Patton Margaret Patton is Administrative Support Associate in the Lloyd International Honors College. She earned her BA in English from Guilford College, and MEd in Counseling from UNCG. Her employment history includes school counseling in a rural K-8 school, and positions at UNCG in Jackson Library (Bindery and Catalog Departments), in the Dean's Office of the School of HES, and as the Administrative Assistant in the Department of Interior Architecture for many years. After leaving the workforce to raise children, she returned to UNCG in temporary positions in both the Department of Interior Architecture and the Department of Art, before joining the Lloyd International Honors College in September, 2010.

 

 

 

   Marianne Honrath
   (336) 334-4172, Marianne_Honrath@uncg.edu
Marianne Honrath Marianne Honrath is Coordinator for Residence Life for the Honors College at North Spencer Hall. She received her B.A. in Communications with a minor in Theatre from The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and her M.A. in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education from Ball State University. As a Coordinator for Residence Life, when Marianne isn’t overseeing the daily operations of the building, she is working with the Resident Advisors, advising Hall Council, serving as an active member of the University Sustainability Committee, and advising UNC-Greensboro’s National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH), and EcoSpartans, a new student organization that focuses on sustainability in the residence halls. If you have questions pertaining to the North Spencer Residence Hall, please email or call Marianne.

 

 

 

Student Assistants

   Anna Reynolds, hss_asst@uncg.edu
Anna Reynolds Anna Reynolds is an Undergraduate Assistant for the LIHC. She is currently a junior seeking a major in International Business and minors in French and Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies. She plans to fulfill her study abroad experience in Lyon, France in the fall of 2012. Anna is a member of the LIHC and she is also an active member of THREADS.

 

 

 

 

 

   Samantha Kane, hss_asst@uncg.edu
Samantha Kane Samantha Kane is an undergraduate assistant for the LIHC. She is currently a freshman seeking a major in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource and minors in both Spanish and Information Technology. Samantha holds the Kathleen Price and Joseph M. Bryan scholarship and hopes to complete both International and Disciplinary Honors in Business Administration by her graduation. Samantha plans to fulfill her study abroad experience in Spain during the spring of 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

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